• 2014 November

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    Foreign Investment to Combat Against Ebola

    by Angelo Pacheco The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has flooded many news outlets internationally for over a month. Many nations have been taking precautionary measures to alleviate the entrance […]

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    Mount Broadcasting Team on the Rise

    by Matthew Lennon NEWBURGH— Within the last year, Brian McGann started a broadcasting team at Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) for students who are interested in radio and television production. […]

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    Relay Cancer Away: The Kickoff Begins

    by Jade Hanley 50 Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) students gathered on Wed. Nov. 12 for the kickoff to one of the biggest events of the spring semester, Relay for […]

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    The Perks of Commuting

    by Molly Croce NEWBURGH – According to the Chicago Tribune, higher education is vital to the nation’s future. As the cost to attend college rises, students turn to commuting to […]

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    Puffer Vests: Warm and Fall Fashionable

    by Rebecca Gordils Originally posted on Boottique Blog. These autumn days can be difficult to dress for. When it’s chilly in the morning, warms up throughout the day, but has […]

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    Spotlight on Trevor Purcell

    by Matthew Lennon NEWBURGH— He’s one of the most decorated players in program history at Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC). He is a four-year standout who holds numerous MSMC records […]

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    Fantastic Performances in Mount’s “Greater Tuna”

    by Rebecca Gordils Cross dressing, dog hoarding, and animal rights activists were all comically tied together in Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC)’s recent production of “Greater Tuna,” directed by Assistant […]

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    Attention Writers! It’s NaNoWriMo

    by Jade Hanley Have you ever had a 3 a.m. idea that circles in your brain but has the potential to be so much more? Welcome to National Novel Writing […]

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    What’s App-ening: Yood

    by Brittany Ambrosino Picture this: You’re on a road trip with your friends and your stomach reminds you that it’s close to dinner time. Being in a new place, you […]

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    Two-Time Student Athlete: Owen Heath

    by Leanne Labetti NEWBURGH — From the golf course to the basketball court, Owen Heath, a sophomore and business major at Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC), knows no such thing […]

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    Marketing Yourself

    by Ellen Bourhis Nolan Marketing yourself is essential if you want to be successful. It demonstrates confidence in yourself and your ability to be a valuable asset to an employer. […]

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    How To: Make Your Own Fall Animal Feeder

    by Jade Hanley It’s that time of year: when birds are flying south and squirrels are packing up food for the winter months, but there are still fun arts and […]

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    Movie Review: Annabelle

    “Annabelle”: “The Conjuring”’s Clumsy Little Brother by Mike Reistetter First things first, I recommend you view this movie during the afternoon. Why, you ask? If you plan to see this […]

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    No-Shave November

    by Christine Urio November. A time for turkey, early holiday shopping, and not shaving. No-Shave November, or “Noshember,” was a concept that originated as a unique way to raise cancer […]

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    The Facts on Ebola in the U.S. and “Fear-bola”

    by Margaret Okakpu There is a public fear of a potential Ebola outbreak in the United States. According to a CNN article, this fear we have is an “overreaction” occurring […]